Geil has joined the list of manufacturers that are ramping up their memory kits to accommodate the Ryzen 3000 processors.\r\n\r\nDubbed the Evo X II, this RAM kit is geared to optimize the performance of your AMD Ryzen build. You won\u2019t have to worry about compatibility and stability issues with this one.\r\n\r\nThe memory kit supports ranges from 2400GHz up to 4000GHz. The capacity also ranges from a low of 4GB to a high of 32GB with CL Latency of between 16-22. The heat spreader colors vary between gunmetal gray and frost white.\r\n\r\nAnother feature also is the RGB illumination, which will really enhance your build with is lighting effects. You can even control the lighting effects using the Aura app. The app features a variety of colors in countless variations and patterns.\r\n\r\nYou can even link the RGB lighting to the music or the game that you are playing.\r\n\r\nAside from the Aura app, the Exo X II also supports ASRock Polychrome, MSI Mystic Light, and Gigabyte Fusion.\r\n\r\nRaising the compatibility issue is just a good marketing ploy. If you have a DDR4 RAM, it should work well with a motherboard featuring a DDR4 DMM slot. It doesn\u2019t matter if you are using an AMD or the one from Intel.\r\n\r\nHowever, you can\u2019t reach the advertised ratings for the Ryzen 3000 processors without a kit like the Evo X II.\r\n\r\nThe design for this new memory kit didn\u2019t really change when you compare it with its predecessor. But it features the \u201ccableless\u201d design for RGB illumination control.\r\n\r\nTo date, the Evo X II is one of the RAM kits in the market with the highest frequency ranges, although it should be said that G.Skillz still rules the game when it comes to timing sets. For instance, its Trident-Z Neo kits have a timing set of 14-15-15-35.\r\n\r\nFor RGB customization, the Ballistix Tactical Tracer from Crucial is still one of the best. The memory kits range from 2666MHz up to 3000MHz at 16GB up to 64GB configurations.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/twitter.com\/GeILMemory\/status\/1153666545391980546[\/embed]\r\n\r\nFor now, Geil hasn\u2019t yet published the price tag for its Evo X II geared for the AMD. But based on the other RAM kits in the market today, it may range from $180 up to $270.\r\n\r\nBut you can win your own memory kit if you join the company\u2019s raffle contest. You can visit their Twitter page for more details.